Academic Papers on Misc. Economic Issues

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7 pages in length. In this well-written argumentative essay entitled "Freedom is Worth More Than Money," the writer persuades us to believe that the 16th Amendment which empowers the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) it too overbroad. It is argued that the IRS has too much control..too much power..and no adequate system of checks & ...

A 10 page essay on some of the effects of unthinking tax levies of state and local governments in their desperate attempts to increase their revenues. With an extreme lack of forward-thinking, many state and local governments attempt to have businesses bear the brunt of their budget deficiencies for the short-term without thinking through the ...

Influencing The Budget

  • 23 page paper

A 23 page research paper that analyzes the congressional budget process, paying particular attention to ways political parties and their congressmen influence budget outcomes. The writer highlights the concepts of majority rules as well as common tactics such as persuasion, bargaining, and threats, and also discusses the way a new presidential tool, the line-item veto, ...

A 5 page paper reconciling the relationships between supply-side economics, tax cuts and the apparent route to the true reduction of national debt. Studies have shown that the most successful of the European countries working to bring their economies in line for membership in the EMU have been the ones that have combined governmental spending ...

A 3 page overview of the budget deficit and its effects on the economy—past and future. The writer posits that the future relies on support of the Balanced Budget Amendment. Bibliography cites 2 sources.

A 6 page examination of the current (1998) status of the National Deficit and those factors which affect it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

10 pages in which the writer examines the 1996 U.S. Presidential race as having largely been a question of economy. Clinton's role and ideology in U.S. economic policy are looked at as are Bob Dole's counter attacks. All are evaluated with respect to the election's outcomes. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

A 4 page paper that addresses three essential questions concerning globalizaiton, wage stagnation,& Third World Growth and Prosperity in chapters 1, 3 & 4 of Krugman's book. No additional sources cited.

A 7 page essay on the effects of consumer behavior in response to Ronald Reagan's economic policies. Immediately after taking office in 1981, he began instituting a series of economic policies that came to be known as 'Reaganomics.' For the eight years immediately preceding the Reagan era, there was no growth in real household ...

8 pages of argument against the Balanced Budget Amendment. Makes very clear, concise points supported by statistics and historical facts. Bibliography lists 9 sources. (see more under category U.S. government & politics).

A 7 page research paper on the issues surrounding the failed balanced-budget amendment. The paper discusses the history of the national debt, and debates whether balancing the budget is even necessary at all. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

The premise that the writer is creating a report for a CEO of a rural bank is the perspective from which this 8 page paper is written. Issues discussed include the validity of the recent balanced budget amendment, economic projections for 1998 through 2002 and specific recommendations for the banking industry. Opposing views concerning the ...

A 6 page paper that tracks the successes and failures of the budget deficit between 1992-1996, according to the economists and political figures. The paper proposes that evidence shows that although the federal deficit has been reduced significantly, individual states are floundering and may add to the deficit in the future. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 7 page paper regarding the issues of government regulation and anti-trust. The writer explores various regulation issues, including those involving big business, telecommunications, and the media. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

40 pages discussing from a feminist's viewpoint how changing social structures have brought about "the Feminization of poverty." Numerous case studies are backed-up by relevant statistical data to prove thesis. Bibliography lists 20+ sources.

10 pages in length. It has been determined that the association between poverty and alcoholism within the Native American environment is more than merely a coincidence. Indeed, the inherent connection between the two aspects speaks to issues of pride, failure and a sense of betrayal. It can be argued that the Native American population, a ...

5 pages in length. As the United States makes its entrance into the new millenium, it has a strong economy but does it possess the fortitude that will continue to establish it as an effective world leader? There exist myriad concerns with regard to this very issue of whether or not America still has what ...

This 9 page paper delves into the very controversial issue of poverty and why it exists. The culture of poverty thesis is explained but the position that the phenomenon could be resolved if only people would develop a work ethic is supported. Lawrence M. Mead is referenced several times. Bibliography lists 6 sources

A 5 page paper which hypothesizes that high population rate contributes to high poverty rates in the country of Peru. Many influential changes have occurred to Peru in the last few decades, one of which is an incredibly rise in population and an incredible distinction between rural and urban life. This paper illustrates issues such ...

A 5 page research paper in which the writer argues against this proposal. The writer debates the capital gains tax cut, and discusses the reasons why it would fail to benefit the economy despite the opinions of lawmakers who believe otherwise. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

9 pages in length. Paper defines the flat tax and presents an overview of its history and the various relevant proposals that have been created regarding its potential viability. The writer compares opposing viewpoints on the issue and then offers a well-thought conclusive opinion. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

A 6 page persuasive paper arguing in favor of the flat tax. It shows the benefits to both individual and corporate taxpayers monetarily as opposed to the arguments against such a tax structure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 5 page paper discussing the fairness of the various tax proposals suggested by Steve Forbes during his presidential campaign in 1996. He favored replacing the current income tax system with a flat tax under which all Americans would pay the same rate of tax on income and would have eliminated the possibility of deductions. ...

This 6 page paper provides an overview of flat tax proposals and addresses the benefits and drawbacks of the value added tax. Several industries which might be affected by such a change are noted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 9 page paper examining the impacts of luxury taxes on alcohol. The writer concludes that these taxes are unjust and ineffective in their intended purpose of regulating alcohol consumption in certain communities. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

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